Shooting for an A

From this month's "Olden Times" in Virginia Living Magazine:
"As the students of Campbell County’s Union Hill School arrived for the start of classes in the fall of 1932, they were armed with the critical supplies required for the coming year: books, clothing and, of course, their Winchester rifles. They would put the weapons to use almost immediately, mounting an aggressive attack on an insidious school enemy. Mice and rats were running rampant throughout the campus."

1 comment:

Shon Richards said...

It makes you wonder if that school had a problem with bullies.